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Lyon Developments : Architecture
Lyons Architectural Projects – New Architecture in Southern France
Lyon Building Developments
Lyon Architecture Designs – chronological list
Lyon Property Information : Building Links
Biennale d’Architecture of Lyon: Flower Pavilion
Boarding House in Saint-Genis Laval
Confluence Institute Architecture, Lyon
Faculty of Medicine at University Claude Bernard in Lyon
Gymnasium Saint Martin en Haut
La Madeleine Architecture Festival
Olympique Lyonnais Stadium in Lyon
Part-Dieu Shopping Centre in Lyon
Paul Chevallier School Complex
Perrache-Confluence Substation Extension
We aim to add more buildings in this Southern French city soon – submissions are welcome.
Location: Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, southern France, western Europe
Contemporary Architecture in France
Biennale d’Architecture of Lyon – Flower Pavilion building design by laisné roussel architects:
photo © Giaime Meloni
Marseilles Projects – architectural selection below:
“La Madeleine”- Festival des Architectures Vives de Montpellier
photographers : Paul KOZLOWSKI ©photoarchitecture / ©AtelierMicroméga
Atelier Microméga’s colourful project “La Madeleine” has won the jury’s special mention at the 2017 edition of the Festival des Architectures Vives of Montpellier. This year the festival’s theme was ‘Emotion’.
Cap Canal Social Housing, Villeurbanne
Design: Rue Royale Architectes
photograph : Kelvin Dolmaire
How to approach designing a building offering 56 homes that also creates a balanced urban dynamic in an area undergoing a profound transformation? How to reclaim the river banks, open up a neighbourhood cut off by the canal and the ring road?
Lyon (historically spelled Lyons) is a city in east-central France in the Rhône-Alpes region, situated between Paris and Marseille. Etymologically it relates to the Celtic God Lugoves, Lugh as do Laon and Leiden.
This French city is located approximately 470 km (292 miles) from Paris, 320 km (199 mi) from Marseille, 420 km (261 mi) from Strasbourg, 160 km (99 mi) from Geneva, 280 km (174 mi) from Turin.
The residents of the city are called Lyonnais. The population of this Rhône-Alpes city is around 480,000. Together with its suburbs and satellite towns, the city forms the largest conurbation in France outside Paris. Its urban region represents half of the Rhône-Alpes region population with 2.9 million inhabitants. It is the capital of this region, as well as the capital of the smaller Rhône département.
This index page is for architectural projects in this Southern France city on the e-architect website
Comments / photos for the Lyon Architecture Information page welcome